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Will an AMD FX-9590 work on an ASUS Crosshair V Formula (it is not a Crosshair V Formula-Z)

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March 2, 2014 9:09:14 PM

I see that they both have the same 990fx chipset but I didn't know if there was anything else to worry about.


EDIT: I checked on http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/CROSSHAIR_V_FORMULA/#s... and infact it cannot support the FX-9590 due to power limitations. It can only support CPUs up to 140 W and the FX-9590 requires 220 W.

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March 2, 2014 9:14:11 PM

With the FX-9590 it is all about the mothersboards ability to deliver the required power.
Stick with a board that is officially listed that it can handle that CPU
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March 3, 2014 5:27:55 AM

May work, contact Asus if support list is unclear.
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March 14, 2014 5:24:27 AM

I have the same borad but with a 9370 drawing 225 watts of power. Works great. You see these are just chery picked 8350' s
With less overhead room to over clock.And you can get a 8350 to clock over 5 ghz(if you get a good one)
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September 28, 2014 4:29:52 PM

i know this post is old but i am curently running this setup and work fine and stable. but i cant get it stable when overclocking, but yet im not that good for overclocking
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September 28, 2014 6:34:07 PM

jasonwinback said:
i know this post is old but i am curently running this setup and work fine and stable. but i cant get it stable when overclocking, but yet im not that good for overclocking


Are you trying to overclock a 9590? Well you won't get much more out of it before it becomes unstable because the 9590 is just a factory overclocked 8350 to 4.7Ghz (5 with turbo). The only difference is that the 9590 chip is of better quality than a regular 8350 (though you do get some good ones that can do the same).
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December 2, 2014 10:11:06 AM

jasonwinback said:
i know this post is old but i am curently running this setup and work fine and stable. but i cant get it stable when overclocking, but yet im not that good for overclocking


so if your running the crosshair v formula not the z what bios are you using please
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March 1, 2015 3:42:27 AM

TYSON007 said:
jasonwinback said:
i know this post is old but i am curently running this setup and work fine and stable. but i cant get it stable when overclocking, but yet im not that good for overclocking


so if your running the crosshair v formula not the z what bios are you using please


I know that this is an old post but this can be valuable for someone. I run this set up mobo crosshair V formula(not formula z) cpu fx9590 in turbo mode (5ghz) custom water cooling with one 4x120 rand and one 2x120 rad case tj11 bios 1703 and it works fine with max temp 34degrees
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April 1, 2015 3:30:02 PM

alianmoise said:
TYSON007 said:
jasonwinback said:
i know this post is old but i am curently running this setup and work fine and stable. but i cant get it stable when overclocking, but yet im not that good for overclocking


so if your running the crosshair v formula not the z what bios are you using please


I know that this is an old post but this can be valuable for someone. I run this set up mobo crosshair V formula(not formula z) cpu fx9590 in turbo mode (5ghz) custom water cooling with one 4x120 rand and one 2x120 rad case tj11 bios 1703 and it works fine with max temp 34degrees


Hi, I just ordered this and haven't updated my bios yet but I was wondering if you ran into any issues setting it up. Did you have to tweak voltages or anything? I'm currently running the Crosshair V Formula (not Z) with 16GB ddr3, 680W psu, Win 7 64bit, GTX 760. I got a h100i liquid cooling to go with it too. I know I might need to upgrade to a 1000W psu but I ran the numbers and shouldn't need more than 520W but I'm prepared for that at least. Just wasn't sure if I should expect to make some tweaking. Thanks.
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October 21, 2015 2:29:31 PM

Its is stable i have both asus crosshair v formula and the asus crosshair v formula-z running with FX9590 side by side and i overclocked at 5.3 stable on each using custom loop on the motherboard and a h110i gt on the fx9590 no problem at all stable at 5.3
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November 3, 2015 7:53:00 PM

Mutilation said:
I see that they both have the same 990fx chipset but I didn't know if there was anything else to worry about.


EDIT: I checked on http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/CROSSHAIR_V_FORMULA/#s... and infact it cannot support the FX-9590 due to power limitations. It can only support CPUs up to 140 W and the FX-9590 requires 220 W.


Both 9370 and 9590 identified correctly and stable on my original crosshair v with last bios. Some believe it is the best board for these cpus
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November 3, 2015 8:19:48 PM

thesuperdog said:
Mutilation said:
I see that they both have the same 990fx chipset but I didn't know if there was anything else to worry about.


EDIT: I checked on http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/CROSSHAIR_V_FORMULA/#s... and infact it cannot support the FX-9590 due to power limitations. It can only support CPUs up to 140 W and the FX-9590 requires 220 W.


Both 9370 and 9590 identified correctly and stable on my original crosshair v with last bios. Some believe it is the best board for these cpus


Without any doubt the boards are great i have the c/CROSSHAIR_V_FORMULA thunderbolt edition and /CROSSHAIR_V_FORMULA-Z both with fx 9590 overclocked and no issues at all running windows 10 pro not one error

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May 3, 2016 5:38:39 AM

AlexB121 said:

Without any doubt the boards are great i have the c/CROSSHAIR_V_FORMULA thunderbolt edition and /CROSSHAIR_V_FORMULA-Z both with fx 9590 overclocked and no issues at all running windows 10 pro not one error



What ram have you installed?
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